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. this will last into the thanksgiving holiday. look at the travel forecast looking good across boston, dallas, los angeles. heading toward new york, dc you could have a stray thunderstorm. san francisco could see a little bit of rain there. a quick look at the wednesday forecast good for the eastern half temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we will see the rain for parts of the northwest. we are heading toward the holiday for cooking. >> me? i can't even boil water. >> after meeting with labor leaders and ceo's of some of america's biggest countries they will try to come up with a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. president obama and top four congressional leaders will meet at the white house. tax hiengs and spending cuts that are certain to kill the u.s. economy. it is the first face to face meeting and almost guaranteed will be in for marathon negotiations. if wall street is any judge the market fell 5 percent since the election. >> we talk a lot about how the post office loses any money. they lost more than a billion dollars. a record. 3 times as bad as expected. more red ink is slated for next year.
in dallas? the assassination of john f. kennedy, sunday. >> "washington journal" continues. host: and as law makers return to the lame discussion legislative session, congress and the white house are beginning negotiations today on how to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff to discuss this issue. we're joined by wisconsin republican senator ron johnson. senator johnson, we've now heard president obama repeatedly insist that any deal that's reached has to include higher taxes on the wealthiest americans. is that something you see republicans being able to agree to? guest: i think republicans are all about increasing revenue of the federal combovement. but our concept is let's increase revenue the old fashioned way by growing our economy because it's far more effective. if we increase marginal tax rates on higher income individuals, you really are beginning to tax smaller, medium sized businesses. i had one of those businesses for 31 years. i understand how it is. if you your marginal tack rates are 40%, which is kind of where it is today. you've got 60 cents of every dollar available to reinvest
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